Interesting way to show the person and what they like to do for hobbies as well. Could be interesting for business cards or high school graduation pictures or something like that.

Happy New Year, from me to you. Wishing you a happy, & healthy 2013 filled with love and new possibilities.  빨때등 어디서나 구할수있는 단순한도구로 글자를 만들었단 생각도 흔하지만 독창적이었고 매우 귀엽다 파티분위기도 나고

Happy New Year’s Eve from the FoodSaver® Brand! Hope you have a great start to the new year.

this is a good design for a cover because it creates nice white space.Even though there is a lot of empty space not being used, this can be good. It increases the designs simplicity. It makes it less  busy. On this design,you clearly know where to look first, and it's focused on one specific design element.


At first glance, this design may appear unbalanced because of the big white space. However, in this case I think this negative space lets the viewer focus on the top of the image and adds simplicity that balances out the busy and colorful top.

Why Cities Must Allow Us to Love and Leave our Cars

Art & Design

Walkable City: How Downtown Can Save America, One Step at a Time by Jeff Speck A Best Book of the Year according to Planetizen and the American Society of Landscape Architects Jeff Speck has dedicated his career to determining what makes cities thrive.

The designer Renata El Dib thought these fantastic posters for the brand of ice cream Kibon. These posters were designed in double printing with a print on one side reminding the texture of the ice and the other side a printed reference to the ice cream cone. A simple idea but very well executed.

Ice Cream Posters

Ice Cream Poster - Fantastic, double printed, posters designed for ice cream Kibon, by the designer Renata El Dib. Posters represents reminds one side of the texture of an ice cream and the other one to the ice cream cone.

It's interesting to see the concept expressed by the use of simple image. The barcode is visualized as the window of prison, which show the concept of social issue.:

The barcode is visualized as the window of prison, which show the concept of social issue. This helps to portray the idea that consumerism is a prison that we all fall victim too